NEWCOMERS Germein will be taking to the stage with arguably with the biggest and sassiest girl band on the planet.

Australia's Germein will be supporting Little Mix at the Macron Stadium.

The town will play host to some the biggest names in the music industry this weekend, with The Killers performing its second of two outdoor stage gigs in the UK tomorrow.

Little Mix, will be bringing their Summer Hits Tour to Bolton on Saturday supported by the Adelaide sibling Band, who have just released their new single, Talking.

Little Mix formed in 2011 during the eighth series of the UK version of The X Factor and released their debut album DNA in 2012, which peaked inside the top 10 in ten countries including the UK and US.

This made Little Mix the first girl group since the Pussycat Dolls to reach the US top five with their debut album, as well as earning the highest debut US chart position for a British girl group's first release, breaking the record previously held by the Spice Girls

As siblings growing up in Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Germein is made up of Georgia, on guitar and keys, Ella, on electric cello and bass, and drummer Clara Germein have been playing together for so long that the band has become second nature to them.

Taking lead from strong artists like Haim, Chvrchesand Tegan and Sara, the sisters say they aren’t afraid to explore a wide palate of musical styles, while keeping a firm hand on pop sensibilities.

“We love bands with a strong harmony feel like Fleetwood Mac and Queen and the edginess of Florence and the Machine and The Wombats” saids Ella, “Plus you can’t beat the fun energy of iconic female artists from over the years like the Spice Girls, Beyoncé and of course Little Mix.”

Whilst they have previously toured the world and released music independently, the new single "Talking" is the first taste of a new Germein, created and recorded and produced at home by Georgia with mixing by acclaimed mixer John Castle, and pre production by Stuart Gray.

“We realised it was time to take control for ourselves and really start making the music that we want to make on our own terms’” said Georgia.

She added: “We decided to record and produce ourselves in our home studio. When we hit play on ‘Talking’, we knew it was the musical vision we’ve had for ourselves finally coming to life.”

For their new single "Talking" the band has mixed their close three-part harmonies with a soaring break-out chorus.

The song is described as a strong statement from the all-female act and was launched in the UK at the Isle of Wight Festival before they joining Little Mix for their Summer Hit Arena Tour 2018 which started earlier this month.

“Being able to play in front of such huge audiences across the UK is an absolute dream come true,” said Georgia,“This year is really a turning point for us as a band. “

Clara added: “We are proud that we’ve been able to march forward and prove to the world that we can make it doing what we love regardless of being young and female.

“Whether it’s raised eyebrows when you tell someone that you’re a drummer or not believing we really write our own material, we are happy to tackle the stereotypes as women in the industry.”

Watch the video to their new single at

Tour dates include: 15 July John Smith’s Stadium Huddersfield, July 19 at The 3aaa County Ground Derby, July 20 in Lincolnshire Showground Lincoln, July 21 Earlham Park, Norwich, July 22 in Kent Event Centre Maidstone, July 26 International Stadium Gateshead, July 27 Falkirk Stadium Stirlingshire, July 28 Outdoors at AECC Aberdeen, July 29 Bught Park Inverness,

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